Establishing the link between architecture, environmental psychology and accounting.
With 20 years experience designing casino environments, and international experience designing security facilities, James Murray's future-focused research gives unique insight into how architecture impacts behaviour and consequent financial accounting.
Architecture, environmental psychology and AI.
Decision making and accountability.
Biometric technology, ethical positioning and AI-generated design.
Future-focused research drawing on Actor-Network Theory and Protocol Analysis.
Generative-design using structural equation modelling.
Membership of Research and Professional Organisations
Royal Institute of British Architects (member) 1998 - present
Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland (member) 1998 - 2019
American Institute of Architects (Assoc. member) 1997 - 2003
Human Resource Management Review (In press August 2022)
An artificial intelligence algorithmic approach to ethical decision-making in human resource management processes.
Waymond Rodgers, James M. Murray, Abraham Stefanidis, William Y. Degbey, Shlomo Y. Tarba
China Management Accounting Review Vol.11 No.1-2020
Artificial Intelligence Algorithms implemented for Ethical Issues
in Management Accounting.
Waymond Rogers, Salem Al Fayi, Hussen Al-Refiay, James M. Murray